Please make sure to download the latest stable Centmin Mod version. You can find version change log here.
First read the FAQ and following info pages below. These will give a better understanding of the Centmin Mod setup.
You can provide feedback and suggestions on Centmin Mod Community Forums.
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Starting with v1.2.3-eva2000.07, there are 3 methods of installation. For more indepth details you can read forum thread here.
menu option #1or
You'll need a VPS or dedicated server with full root user + SSH2 telnet access to install Centmin Mod. Logged in as root user via SSH2 telnet type these commands:
1. Download latest version of Centmin Mod's zip file using wget command in SSH telnet - (you can find latest version info here)
Note: In example below, zip is downloaded to /usr/local/src. DO NOT download to /tmp and run centmin.sh from /tmp as Centmin Mod removes the ability to execute scripts from /tmp as a security precaution. Also the downloaded contents must NOT be deleted or removed as subsequent runs of centmin.sh to use menu options require certain files and scripts in place.
cd /usr/local/src wget http://centminmod.com/download/centmin-v1.2.3-eva2000.07.zip
2. Extract files and change to centmin-v1.2.3mod directory and chmod +x centmin.sh bash script.
unzip centmin-v1.2.3-eva2000.07.zip cd centmin-v1.2.3mod chmod +x centmin.sh
3. Run centmin.sh menu based installer and if this is first time installing, select option #1 for Centmin Install. If you are upgrading a server which already previously had Centmin Mod installed, you DO NOT need to run option #1, instead run option #4 and then #5 for upgrading Nginx web server and upgrading PHP.
yum -y install bc wget yum-plugin-fastestmirror yum clean all
For traditional SSH menu options install type the following command and select menu option #1:
For new 100% unattended CLI command line install type which bypasses the SSH menu method type:
Starting with v1.2.3-eva2000.07 the install process is 100% unattended and automated, the very last stage of the install process will:
The installer.sh method is the simplest method as it's only one line to copy and paste into your SSH window as root user. This method will also output at the end of installation, the total install time as well as the YUM install time component. It's pretty useful for even benchmark comparisons between different web hosts and servers to see how fast or slow Centmin Mod installation is on various web hosts.
curl -sL http://centminmod.com/installer.sh | bash
4. Post-Install Setup
Proceed with the Getting Started guide.
# The default is stable, you can change this to development if you wish #ARCH_OVERRIDE='i386' # Uncomment the above line if you are running a 32bit Paravirtulized Xen VPS # on a 64bit host node.
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